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    RasterLink would do

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    onyx works well

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    Junior Member musquoni is on a distinguished road
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    I use Onyx mainly. It has everything i need to print. However if you have the bigger JV3 250sp Flexi has the option to print on two smaller rolls at the same time. It also has a lot of profiles for the jv3.

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    wasatch

    Hi,

    i am using wasatch 5.1.4.. i've tried to use few others, but now i settled on this one :)

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    Junior Member musquoni is on a distinguished road
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    What version of the JV3 do you have? with the smaller 2 (130 and 160) flexi does well and very accessable. If not i would definetly go with Onyx.

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    use onyx! never failed us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee View Post
    What is the best rip to run the jv3. Using Flexisign but not impressed. is there better?
    Use Wasatch Softrip, this software is very easy and very2 powerfull

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    Quote Originally Posted by natesh78 View Post
    onyx works well
    Onyx is good software too, but if you compare with wasatch, i think wasatch is more best then onyx, wasath is more2 fast than onyx, and wasatch is more simple than many rip software (onyx, photo print, versa)

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    Junior Member toughthrone is on a distinguished road
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    onyx is slow, but generally outputs better prints in our experience..

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    Quote Originally Posted by toughthrone View Post
    onyx is slow, but generally outputs better prints in our experience..
    yess i agree, but if we have just one machine and we want save time from ripping, wasatch is much batter than onyx, and don't use icc profile for output, but output file must be in CMYK file

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    I think Onyx is a good RIP but I like Flexi as well. What version of Flexi are you running. Color management sucked in previous to 8 versions.

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    Onyx and Rasterlink are my favorite rip software for Mimaki JV series, but Onyx's color management is much better.

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    rasterlink ok

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    We used also PosterPrint 10 with JV3 and JV33...with good results.

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    vote for wasatch!

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